DONEGAL are still sweating on their Division 1 status after Kerry held on for a two-point win on Sunday in Tralee.
The defeat means that Donegal now have a vital derby against Tyrone on Sunday-week in Ballybofey. With both teams sitting on four points, it means the loser will be odds-on for the drop.
Social media was full of praise for Donegal’s improved display, though, while referee Rory Hickey’s ears must have been burning!
Donegal can still play a bit ,couple of misplaced passes and a few wiles around the hour mark cost us.
— joyce mc mullin (@joycemcmullin) March 15, 2015
Dunno how the ref in Donegal game didn't see the pull back on big Neil seconds before Kerry penalty,clear free out..!
— kealan mc fadden (@kealansavi10) March 15, 2015
Donegal's tally of 2-11 the most they've ever scored in Kerry by four points. Not enough, though…
— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) March 15, 2015
Safe journey home to the Donegal supporters who made the long trip to Tralee today pic.twitter.com/iexTQFOmJW
— Kerry GAA (@Kerry_Official) March 15, 2015
Watched donegal. Credit for stepping up and putting in good shift. Take some positives and move on.
— Charlie Mcginley (@CjMcginley90) March 15, 2015
— Niall McCauley (@Nially1988) March 15, 2015
Kerry shower great heart against not alone Donegal but the ref too, the crator was colour blind, should have been 3 black card in d 1st half
— Damien O' Cíosáin (@dkissane13) March 15, 2015
Great game of football between Kerry and Donegal, thought it was a soft penalty given to Kerry, although they were great value for their win
— GAATalk (@TalkingGAA) March 15, 2015
Sometimes you should not believe all you read – I really enjoyed Donegal today and if they hadn't kicked those 3 wides early in 2nd half ??
— Mortimer Murphy (@MortimerMurphy1) March 15, 2015
— mems (Mary-Ellen) (@memseire) March 15, 2015
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